Arrow system

Describe the Arrow system here.

The project's page provides more information.

The text conversion from mdupont is much easier to read.

Abstract This proposal introduces a unified system for computations based on a cybernetic theory introduced here as model-level reflection. It provides a specification of what the Arrow system is and what it does for software systems. It outlines the theoretical basis for the system in terms of analysis of modern programming systems and their reflective capabilities. The system transcends the limitations of state-of-the-art reflection systems due to the current restricted notion of meta-systems. The system can represent any intuitive concept, and can manage the interactions among arbitrary domains of knowledge. Because of these properties, the user may delegate arbitrary aspects of its own operation and management to itself, with reliable and reusable results. The nature of the system is ideal for computations in a unified field of knowledge, and as such provides an ideal basis for the migration of knowledge to new contexts and uses.

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